Kids are like little drunk people
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Kids are like tiny drunk people that have no filter (16 Photos)
Kids can sometimes do odd inexplicable things--which is why I cracked up when I saw these images titled: "Kids are pretty much just tiny drunk adults. And if you think about it kids do too! Obviously their reasons are MUCH different than adults who have drank a lot, but there are many parallels between us. Heck, even as a sober adult, I'll do silly things that children are more inclined to do. I can't even begin to tell you which of these images is the funniest of them all. It's up to you to decide! By this point in your life you've probably witnessed little ones tripping over their feet as they try to master walking same with a drunk person , or seen a child pee himself not unusual to see a drunk person do this either.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: Living with a child is like living with a very small, very drunk friend. They laugh and cry at inappropriate times. They are extremely emotional. They tell impossible stories that go nowhere and make absolutely no sense. They make very poor decisions without thinking of the consequences.
While this is an emotional experience for parents, it is important that you support your child through the situation. And this is definitely a time when there are good and bad ways to respond as a parent. Here's how to deal with a drunk child or teenager, and get it right. But it is important to stay calm and in control of yourself while you are dealing with him. Your child is in a vulnerable state, both physically and mentally, and despite the fact that you may be angry with him, he needs your care and concern at this time.
1. Never drink milk and drive.
Perhaps no other thing in the world is as cute as a toddler. With their penchant of saying and doing funny, adorable things, these tiny kids can pretty much melt your stress away if you spend a good time talking and hanging out with them.
Three in 10 parents say they have been drunk in front of their children and half have been tipsy, and such behaviour can trigger family rows or make children anxious, research suggests. Even moderate drinking by parents can leave children feeling embarrassed or worried or lead to their bedtime being disrupted, according to the study led by the Institute of Alcohol Studies IAS. It is the first evidence that even low-level parental drinking — at no more than 14 units a week — can prove damaging to children. Children who see a parent tipsy or drunk are less likely to see them as a positive role model, the report says. The findings have prompted calls for parents to think more carefully about their alcohol consumption and for the government to overhaul official advice about when and how much people should drink. Parents need to make a judgment before they drink on what impact their drinking might have on their kids.. In my view the best way to make that judgment, as in lots of areas to do with children, is ask them, listen to what they say and act accordingly.